is it possible to override a theme's wallpaper?

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by Austinjb555, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. Austinjb555

    Austinjb555 Member

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    I have a cool theme, but i want a redsn0w wallpaper. Is this possible? Also are there any redsn0w themes? Thanks!
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    In Winterboard, apply "User Wallpaper" and place it above your theme.
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    Oops as usual im retarded... I meant to say the lock screen...
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    Ah, ok, apply "User Lock Background" and place it above your theme.
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    Ahh, completely missed that entry! Thanks for your help!
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    i cant seem to get that working, i have selected the theme i wanted to use from winterboard also i checked user wallpaper but its still not my own wall paper but the theme one why is that
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    You could go to the documents through OpenSSH and just delete the wallpaper. Then, just restart or respring and it should work.

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